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Experience Burnsville (Convention and Visitors Bureau) The logo graphic being used in 2017 by Experience Burnsville.
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Burnsville Convention and Visitors BureauCover page for the 30th anniversary booklet prepared by the Burnsville Convention and Visitors Bureau. 2017
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Burnsville A Good Place to Grow 1980sA multiple page booklet created by the City of Burnsville and Chamber of Commerce with an emphasis on growth and development.
A_good_sign_for_chamber_1984.pdf
A good sign - 1984Burnsville Thisweek - July 30, 1984 reports: The Burnsville Chamber of Commerce became easier to find when President Bernie Peroz unveiled the new sign at 230 N. River Ridge Circle.
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Burnsville Chamber of CommerceFun, Food and Friends at the Bite of Burnsville, over 400 people attended the 2017 Bite of Burnsville on Thursday, March 2. Seventeen restaurants provided a culinary delight for attendees to sample
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Burger Jones Burnsville 2017Burnsville Chamber photo - The Chamber meets at Burger Jones.
burnsville_chamber_fall_2017.pdf
Burnsville Chamber of Commerce newsletter 2017Burnsville Means Business - this issue features an article by 2017 Chair of the Board - Bob Stonwell (Firefly Credit Union), Benefits of joining the chamber, the fall home show, and upcoming events.
Burnsville_Chamber_history.pdf
Burnsville Chamber of Commerce History (draft) 1998An early draft of the History of Burnsville's Chamber including pen notes.
Burnsville_chamber_tour_1970s.pdf
Industrial tour sponsored by the Chamber 1970sAn industrial tour, sponsored by the Burnsville Commercial Development Commission, was conducted last week for approximately 100 businesses leaders and commercial developers in the metropolitan area. Pictured from the tour are - Ed Pierce Chamber president, Ray Connelly tour chair and Glen Northrup Burnsville City Planning Director.
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Burnsville Chamber's Women's expo 2017Burger Jones & Women Empowered paired together for the first 2017 Women Empowered Network Social! — at Burger Jones - Burnsville.
Burnsville_convention_1992.pdf
Discover Burnsville - just close enough 1992Produced by the Burnsville Convention and Visitors Bureau, this brochure provides a calendar of events 1992.
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Burnsville Convention and Visitors BureauThe cover art used on the 1993 and 1998 Burnsville Visitor's Guide.
Burnsville_Convention_logos.pdf
Burnsville Convention and Visitors BureauThe logos for the Burnsville Convention and Visitors Bureau in 1993 and 1998. Today they use the tag line: Experience Burnsville in their marketing.
burnsville_meeting_places.pdf
Burnsville Has your Meeting Space 2017A marketing/sales brochure created by Experience Burnsville -- Over 25,000 square feet of space, 14 meeting spaces, 1,104 Ames Main Hall capacity. Also information about the Ames Center, Buck Hill event center and various hotel spaces available for use.
bvillevisit.pdf
Experience Burnsville 2017The Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau goal is to enhance the community by increasing the volume and spending of visitors to Burnsville.
Carrie_Kruse_Convention_Bureau_1987.pdf
Carrie KruseCarrie Kruse has begun work at the new Burnsville Convention and Visitor Center. Her work will be to promote the city to those outside the area and arrange for accommodations for those who wish to visit the city.
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Chamber of Commerce NewsletterDated July, 1965 and described as the Chamber of Commerce's FIRST newsletter to members. E. A. Toeder is manager. Membership 121 businesses.
Chamber_accreditation_1990.pdf
Accreditation called consumer protection for Chamber Members 1990May 27, 1990 - Burnsville Thisweek reports: With full accreditation by the US Chamber of Commerce, the Burnsville Chapter is in the minority. And that's an honor - only 560 of the nation's 6500 chambers have done the rigorous self-evaluation and set a plan of improvement the national organization requires.
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Burnsville Chamber of Commerce AdAugust 8, 2007 The Burnsville Chamber of Commerce Advertises in the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Chamber_has_new_office_1984.pdf
Chamber has new offices 1984December 4, 1984 Burnsville Current reports: The Chamber has moved to new quarter on Grand Avenue and County Road 42, just east of Interstate 35E.
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Burnsville Chamber of Commerce April 1984This issue of the Burnsville Chamber newsletter announces the opening of Fairview Ridges Hospital and the groups sneak preview of the facility. Also in this newsletter a column by President Bernie Peroz and Executive Director David Olson. Business after 4 get-together, State Jaycees pick Bursnsville as their headquarters, Showtime USA at the School, Second Annual Twins night.
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Burnsville Chamber membership drive approx 1965A Dakota County Tribune clipping, believed to be 1965 shows Stan Schaefer, Ray Connelly and Sen. John Metcalf as they prepare for a Chamber membership drive.
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Chamber names new committeesFeb 9, 1982 Sun Newspaper reports: Citing the need for personal involvement, Kirk Detlefsen, president of the Burnsville Chamber of Commerce, recently announced the formation of several key committees.
Chamber_newsleter_March_1966.pdf
Burnsville Chamber newsletter March 1988A simple one page typed newsletter sent to members. Topics include Townhouses, A Transportation committee, Business and Industry, Civil affairs and membership meetings.
Chamber_of_Commerce_supports_Mega_Mall_1986.pdf
Chamber of Commerce supports mega mall plan 1986Burnsville Current January 20, 1976 reports: The Burnsville Chamber of Commerce board of directors unanimously January 9 to support the efforts of Bloomington and Triple Five Corporation to build a mega-mall at the former Metropolitan Stadium site.
Chamber_president_list.pdf
Burnsville Chamber of Commerce Presidents 1965 - 1998A list of the Presidents of the Chamber.
chamber_seeks_growth.pdf
Chamber seeks community, organization growth 1982The February 9, 1982 Burnsville Current reports the Chamber of Commerce wants to produce a promotional, color brochure for the city this year, possibly as a joint venture. Several Chamber members met with the City Council to develop a positive working relationship and to work together to encourage development. The Mayor at this time was Paul Scheunemann and the Chamber president Kirk Detlefson.
Chamber_studies_Mega-mall_impact_1985.pdf
Chamber studies mega-mall impact 1985The Burnsville Current September 30, 1985 reports: The Burnsville Chamber of Commerce board of directors appointed Ray Connelly to head a fact finding group on the issue of the proposed mega-mall in Bloomington.
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Ray Connelly President of the Burnsville Chamber 1971.Nine directors of the Burnsville Chamber of Commerce are shown: left to right - Roger Schoeb, Warren Kelley, Henry Parsinen, Larry Wenzel, Ed Pierce, Bert Barton, Stan Schaefer, John Gargaro and Ray Connelly. The publication Business Voice November/December 1971 featured Burnsville and this photo.
Convention_and_visitors_bureau_30_yrs_2017.pdf
Burnsville Convention and Visitors Bureau 30 years 2017From a press release issued January 9, 2017: January marks the beginning of the Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau's (Experience Burnsville) 30th anniversary.

Experience Burnsville is dedicated to promoting Burnsville as a vibrant destination of choice featuring a rich and diverse mix of
culture, arts, shopping, accommodations, dining and attractions. "Tourism and hospitality in Burnsville plays an important role
for both the hospitality industry as well as the Burnsville community," states Elizabeth Kautz, Mayor of Burnsville and
Chairperson of Experience Burnsville. "lt contributes full-time and part-time employment for the citizens of our city, helps
foster economic development and provides an enhanced quality of life for those who live, work and play here and the City of
Burnsville takes great pride in the hospitality it shows its guests."
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